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Light My Fire MayaDust

Item # 437391
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Key Features

  • Convenient waterproof case for easy carry

  • 80% resin content for easy ignition, even when wet

  • Maximum heat energy for minimal weight

  • No chemical additives

  • Produces an extremely hot flame


Our Price   $4.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
Packed in a convenient waterproof case for easy carry in your pocket or backpack, MayaDust has an 80% resin content, making it easy to light, even when wet. Made from a fatwood pine cultivated in Guatemala and Mexico. Gives maximum heat energy for minimal weight. Perfect for use with Swedish FireSteel to light a campfire the natural way with ease. Environmentally friendly, premium quality, all-natural. No chemical additives. Handy "snuff box" package. Produces an extremely hot flame.

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Light My Fire MayaDust
 
3.0

(based on 1 review)

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(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

It Works, I guess

By screem9

from Erie, PA

About Me Professional/Guide

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Clear Instructions
  • Easy To Pack
  • Simple To Use

Cons

  • Hard to light

Best Uses

    Comments about Light My Fire MayaDust:

    It does work. However, It is quite hard to light with a ferro rod. Almost impossible in cold weather. It will light, but takes alot of heat. I have a much better time with scraping fatwood myself, it takes a spark much better. In warm conditions with a lighter it works very well.

    • What Is Your Gear Style:
    • Minimalist

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